never mind and no Problem
1 Feb 10
Perhaps some people could give different meaning for those words according to the usage. But for me, i think those words are just have same meaning. So i think it's just a synonym word. However, more specifically we perhaps could understand the meaning by using it on our daily life. It usually occurs automatically when we are talking with other people. Have a nice day and happy mylotting.
• United States
31 Jan 10
I think that "never mind" is used more when you have made a mistake about something, and when you realize you're wrong you say "never mind". For example: Hey! That guy killed someone! He didn't? Oh, never mind. . . And there are also some other ways that it can be used. "No problem" is a bit different, because when you say it's no problem then that means that you did something that was really no problem. For example: [i]Person A: Hey, person B, thanks for building that school. Person B: Eh, it was no problem.[/i] So, if you say it somewhat like this then the two phrases have different meanings and thus can be used in different places.